Photographer's Note

It happened I saw parents to threaten to call a "vazaha" with their children to make them behave properly.

Foreigner people in Madagascar are called "vazaha".
This word means "pirate" and the people of the most remote regions behave with us just if we really were pirates!
As we approach to them they are frightened and, if possible, they avoid the meeting.
Sometimes when I wanted to take some photos I had to be patient and take my time.

With children it's the same: a politics of smile and patience it's necessary but the prize it's their inestimable smile.

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